Imagine you are growing up in Malawi. Do some research, the write a diary for one day including information about the food you might eat, school, and things you might do for fun...
Studying Malawi with the kids? You might find our collection of fun printables, worksheets and outline map useful!
Do some research on the climate of Malawi, then write a description and fill in the weather app template on this fun worksheet.
Try and find out a little about the different aspects of culture in Malawi and write or draw about them (or stick in pictures) on this worksheet. Choose from a blank or lined version below.
Can the kids create an exciting travel poster encouraging visitors to come to Malawi? They might need to do a little research first...
One of the biggest sources of food in Malawi comes from Lake Malawi - can you find out what food this is, and about the other kinds of food grown and eaten there?
You can see a leopard and lion on the Malawi Coat of Arms, but can the kids explain the significance of these big cats and the other parts? If you'd like to design your own Coat of Arms for Malawi too, try Worksheet 2.
Do some research into daily life in Malawi, then map your findings onto the Venn diagram on this printable to see the differences and similarities with your own daily life.
Have you ever thought about what life might be like living in a different country? Do some research on daily life in Malawi, then compare it to your own using this worksheet.
This bright and cheerful poster is a fun way to teach the kids some facts about Malawi and learn to recognise the flag too...
Choose from two location worksheets -one (guided) designed to help your children learn where Malawi is on a map of Africa, the other (blank" designed to test their recall.
This beautiful colouring page features the stunning lotus, the national flower of Malawi.
Fun Fact: Lotus plants can survive thousands of year and even revive after long periods of dormancy.
This outline map of Africa has Malawi marked in red, so that children can see its size, position and neighbours on the continent.
Our fun picture galleries look fantastic displayed on walls at home or in the classroom! There's space to draw 5 pictures of things to do with Malawi on this printable...
Can the children imagine they are visiting Malawi and write a postcard for someone back home? They need to think about the activities they might do there - a safari perhaps?
Make your own postcard from Malawi! Cut out the postcard template, fold in half and stick together, then draw your own picture and write about what it would be like staying there.
Malawi is a fantastic place to visit – a land of lakes, mountains and safaris! Here's a poster showing just how beautiful it is...
This simple poster teaches the kids to recognise the outline of Malawi, and the colours of the national flag too!
Use this Malawi story paper to spark some creative writing - perhaps set on Lake Malawi, the 9th largest lake in the world?
This study pack gives you quick access to a collection of our resources on Malawi, including fact sheet, colouring flag and much more.
This writing prompt is a 3 fold leaflet - just print and fold on the dotted lines. Children need to do a little research to write a tourist leaflet all about Malawi...
Here's a writing exercise with a difference! Can the kids write some content for a travel brochure encouraging people to visit Malawi, and include a picture too?
Find the 15 Malawi-themed words hidden in the word search grid. We've included the solution if you need it too...
Kids can use this worksheet to guide their study of Malawi, or as an aide memoire to help them recall what they've learned.
Here's an empty suitcase, ready to pack with everything you need for a week in Malawi. You might want to think carefully and do some research first to make sure you've got everything!